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BlackBerry claims QNX automotive software is safe from CIA

Blackberry is claiming its in-vehicle platform, QNX, is safe and the company's not aware of any attacks or exploits after WikiLeaks released CIA documents referencing the OS as a "potential mission area" for hacking.

Written by Lucas Mearian11 March 17 09:31

Tesla plans to build three more Gigafactories, five in all

In a letter to shareholders, Tesla said it will finalize plans for three more Gigafactories to produce solar panels and lithium-ion battery packs for electric cars, as well as home and business energy storage systems.

Written by Lucas Mearian24 Feb. 17 09:25

Optus rolls out 4.5G network in Sydney

​More than 70 per cent of the Optus network will be able to access its new 4.5G network within the next 12 months, the company said today.

Written by George Nott22 Feb. 17 14:30

Columbus, Ohio, region boosts smart mobility research

One focus will be on developing universal standards for wireless communications between vehicles and sensors on traffic signals, highway lanes and other road infrastructure.

Written by Matt Hamblen20 Feb. 17 22:00

Why is Apple hyping augmented reality?

Apple CEO Tim Cook is again using his bully pulpit to hype augmented reality and tease the company’s plans. What’s got Cook so fired up about AR?

Written by Matt Kapko17 Feb. 17 05:11

Ford to invest $1B in A.I. startup toward self-driving cars

Ford plans to invest $1 billion over the next five years in Argo AI, an artificial intelligence startup that will help develop a virtual driver system for the automaker’s autonomous vehicle coming in 2021.

Written by Lucas Mearian11 Feb. 17 08:10

The road ahead is paved with car communication

Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology have come up with an algorithm that allows autonomous and manually-driven cars to share the road.

Written by Magdalena Petrova02 Feb. 17 10:21

Daimler to supply Uber with self-driving cars

Uber signed a partnership with Daimler that will let the automaker introduce and operate its own self-driving cars on Uber’s ride sharing network.

Written by Lucas Mearian01 Feb. 17 09:42
  • ​CIO Executive Council member profile: Emmanuel Steve Dulvin

    HCL Australia’s service delivery director, Emmanuel Steve Dulvin, speaks about his career, lessons learned and the technologies that will drive the IT services industry in 2017.

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